Microsoft Word

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  • Can you open multiple Word documents?

    Yes. Microsoft Word 2010 allows you to open more than 1 document without closing the other Word files. To do so, click on the File Menu and look for the Open tab. Select the file that you want to open and voila! You are now able to switch between your two Word documents after they appear in separate windows.

  • How do you save Word files to PDF?

    After you are done with your document, be sure to click on the Save As option instead of just Save. When the Save As window appears. look for the Save As type list located right below the File Name bar. It will reveal a dropdown menu where you can locate and click on PDF. Click on the Save button after selecting PDF.

  • What is text wrapping?

    Text Wrapping is simply surrounding an inserted image file with text. There are different text wrapping layouts that you can choose from. You can put the text around, below, above, in front, and even at the back of the image. To do so, go to the Format option and select Text Wrapping. All the layouts will appear in a dropdown menu.

  • How to insert an image in a Word document?

    Importing image files is very easy. Click on the Insert tab located at the top of your window and then click on the Picture option. A window will appear showing you all your files. After selecting which to include, click on it and then click Open.

  • Can you insert hyperlinks on texts?

    Yes. Inserting hyperlinks on your texts is possible and actually really easy. To do so, highlight the text that you would like to use, press right-click, and then click on Hyperlink. A dialogue box will appear where you can paste the web address. Click OK when done.

  • How do you highlight text in Microsoft Word?

    You can highlight words, sentences, and even a whole paragraph in MS Word 2010 with the help of the Highlighter tool. You can find it when you select the Home button. Clicking on the Highlighter tool will reveal different colors you can use to highlight your text. After selecting a color, your cursor changes into the highlighter icon. You can start pressing and dragging it along the text that you want to highlight, similar to gliding an actual highlighter on paper.

  • How to insert comments and feedback?

    If you want to put comments in a Word document without writing over the original text, you can do so by highlighting the word, sentence, or paragraph that you would like to call attention to. Go to the File tab on your taskbar and you will find New Comment. When you click on it, a separate bubble will appear at the side of your document where you can put your comments without overlapping the original text.

  • How can you make two columns?

    You can create two or more columns in Word by changing the page layout. On your taskbar, visit the Page Layout Tab and then click on the Columns option. A dropdown menu will appear where you can choose how many columns you would like to display on your document.

  • What is the Taskbar?

    In Microsoft Word 2010, the taskbar is the one that is located at the very top of your window. It houses all the different available functions that you can use when creating a document.

  • What are the red and green lines that appear under my texts?

    The red and green lines that you can see under the words or sentences are spelling grammar checkers. MS Word has these built-in checkers to act as a guide when creating a text document. The red lines will appear when Word fails to recognize the word and the green line appears when there is a grammar mistake.